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THESUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
JUDGE 10RE fisF
ENTRIES TOTAL AGAIN
WILT BEFORE CLINTON r
VICTORIOUS ABROAD AND NOW AN ASPIRANT FOR HONORS AT HOME
llriinl.lMiitcs tit Height of
TIkmp slump. Arc Urn ten
In :i:i to 0 Score.
I.INi: IUJOKKX A SUN I) Kit
JIhoit find Wnclier Speed Into
0K'iiiims mid Out I'ntler
I'iiII St on in.
International Figure .Miiintnins
IMnce nt llciid of Jiorsc
STAIIS IN ALL CLASSES
lionntifiil, Lntest Importation,
and Coach Team An; His .
T' e .miiix rf Commrtcl.il'e football
' mi .urn' jcMi'nlay nfli-rnoon, when the
..i.n nr Hi- Witt Clinton crunhcd the
l noKl ii boy lit Amcilcju league Park
i' ii " 'if 33 t . Clinton li.ii lm-
nr,, it H true. Imt the Commercial
t. .it;- iiractto.illy has fallen to pieces. The
fcroiiilary defence Was up to the mark,
l.ut the linesmen were so fur off form ttuil
then- i hardly any hope for tecovery
lu'il in the strongest Commercial rooter.
Tli'' Kii.mt and tncklcs, especially on the
l(t iih' nf (lie line, ucre spread from
tin i i' tn four fret apart and all played
hicli making long gains through the line
mi eai task for Clinton's sterling back
field Vim Camp, at centre, who was an
nil si'linl.tMlr selection last season, made
to many poor passes that It was a sur
tlr to tin- spectators lie uns not taken
cut in on? occasion he made two poor
) i.r In succession to Onley on a kick
fivmatton, and the third hardly could be
dll'il snml Onley and Adams played up
tn form, but could not defeat Clinton sln
ViMtteilMch Murphy of the Clinton
i-i -ii played the headiest same of any
i loi.istlc quarter so far this reason. He
sir, the fault In the Commercial line
ami wnrlod Ills bucks through these open,
p : iittli persistent regularity. Hilly
Mw" mid Warner did the bulk of this
h-and of gimind gaining and averaged
V eer even yards on every attempt.
J Clinton started scoring early In the
1 f -t quarter, after .line plunges by Hilly
Moore. Wacker and liegeman brought
thi' bull from mldlleld to the 3 ynrd line.
Cinnnirri'liil held here for downs and
Onley Immediately kicked out of danger.
The ploughing piocess again was brought
tutu execution until the 10 yard line was
icached, when Ollmore carried the ball
01 ii- mi a tackle formation.
In the second quarter, after Frugonc
had made an Incompleted forward pass
on his 35 yard line, Hcgeman took the
hall for Clinton to the 25 yard line. Hilly
Moore made four yards and a forward
pas fiom Murphy to TUIotson brought
the bull to the 2 yard line, where .Billy
carried It over on a line plunge.
Again In the second quarter Moore und
Wacker. Clinton's heavy artillery, worked
he ball to the 5 yard line and this time
for variation. Chrlstgnu wns tried In a
tickle around play, nnd carried the ball
l oi er for the third touchdown.
The fourth touchdown resulted from a
splendid twerr" . --il tun by Sharpu.ll.
who substitute . Billy, Moore when the
latter turned tact tinkle. He swept mound
left end behind an Interference that
tould almost be termed perfect.
Clinton's last touchdown came when
Murphy sent Gllmore through left tackle
for nftecn yards each on two successive
truls. A third attempt of the Play
rttd five yards and then liegeman car-
rieii tne. ball ox'er.
Commercial became desperate at this
stage of the game and tried all 'kinds' of
forward passes. Ill this me ee the Brook
lin lads made their .first tert, yard". In
the specified four downs, of the "game.
They made four successful forwarti "passes'
In succession, mainly through the'work of
Onley, Frugonc nnd Adnms' and were
down to Clinton's 20 yaid" line" . hen flic
Pim ended. The lineup:
.Clinton. Position. C'ohimerrlnl
Mrtarthy : lftenil - flu Temnlc
t hrblian Lett turtle Leirkr
DeCattro . Left guard , barnburner
llrrn Centre. Vnn fmn
I . Xlnorr I'lght iniar-l t'oivni.
(Ilmure night tackle (iarrla
IHIIWm Hlrhteml Z Ada
Murphy Quarterback- . Kruinnc.
Heccmao t-eft bain-ark . . . Clai Inn
XV Moore lllghl halfback . .. Onlev
Vtscher . fullback,. WooUnnrth
Score -Clin ton. 3T Commercial. 0. Touchdown
l.llmnre, xy. Moore, Uegrman. ChrUlcan.
Mianirll. Coal from touchdown llaaren 2,
Moore. SnblltJte (ironn for Hani
I rrrcr. Ilarren for fiarrla. Haa for MrCarthv.
Invrlli for Maa. Monroe for P. Moore, Sharpen
for M Moure, Srhwarr for llu Tcmnl. Ilrferee
i rsw-lev, llondoln. Umpire Harrier. I'arlmojth.
Ilmc pf qiarte.-s- I: nitnutc.
YALE LACKS EXPERIENCE.
Defeated b- Crriernt Uneeer Tram
Though They Mho it Promise.
nle's tnteer fool ball players made their
easco'i d-'tiut in metropolitan circled
xe-lenluy at Vny liidse, where they faced
the clnien or the Crescent .Athletic Club,
and thouifh they lot by the score of .1 sonh
to I Hindi- an e.xrellent impreialon upon the
oecer expert" iiho nent down to look them
'er Old Kli's men proved to be callable
I.I.- In.. .. I, .1 l...u.1Inn n.l .11.1
I'lnjiii. n .ii-.., iiuniiiiiii naiiii; mm U1U
i.tutal work in coinblimliond. pressing con
inmoiHly from the start to the flnlxh. At
th close they showed the fffects of ifood
training, being as fresh as xvhen they began
nnd eager for more. In which respect they
Luc) the uilVHiilugo of thrir opponents,
the Crescents find stealer xcience and'
' twin lilrther hundicapped by neak-ne-i
In i rout of the goul, where a fatal ten
dency to heitate olten deprived them of
the benefits arcruing fiom possesion of
llu bill In defence they were not equal
tn Hie i resi-ents, tiny nt centre. Hill and
Hoiines, tle ,.t ung- tiaiuble at eentre
liiir iiinl i i i .t lllekie at iWht blick carileil
"fl 'in' Imiioi's amoug the cnllegiitns, who
promi.e ui becoiiie daiigeriius opponents
lor iitu in 'iioiiolltati team as soon as their
inriv tun uijc is put feci tsl
n enl A f
J Mil. '
( hr i i ml
l.i ll berk.
score lrcenu. 3: Vale. I. (inl- llarlaud
un itereree r Davlrj, Linesmen J
JrTersan'l II l.ee Time of hall r-X mloiitei
. FORWARD PASS WORKS WELL.
Tiinn Scores Three ;ml From Well
Mount Vernon lllifli .School dnfented the
W'lWesiint eleven yesterday at Hathvate
by a score of .'.1 to It. htuy vesiuil
tuned e, scoring in the first two minutes
"' bias but when the Westchester boys
Her., sii en llie ball the tables turned and
iui vesiiut nas put ion vuln effort of guard
'"J'i una I from the flerco Mount Vernon
"nluiigbt for practically the remainder of
he i.i imelder of Sluyvpsant. who was
. iiisii'ni,., fnr i.utz ut nuurler, took tho
"J ' '"mi lip koff and tan the entire length
"i "ie r,eil for a touchdown. Tynan, the
"' ' "'I id Mount Vernon, played an ex
' .mi.. ...Hue tir the four toui hdowiis by
U" '"inn be made three niter receiving
''"'i'i piusc, The most consistent
i.'.. .,,i gamers of eilher team were Taylor
"i i b. .'Kin Cnthcarl, who lore through
ln si i.ivsunt line for lonu gains,
' i ' "iieiip
iant Pnnltlnns, Mount Vrinnn
Left mil ... 1 yuan
Left tackle. . . . (I. Cm heart
l.cfl guard ., Iloltinan
Cenlie. . .. Nelhon
Mkht marrt ... Ilrailbrrr
lllirht tackle. . Thwliuf
lllirlit rail.... Iioyle
yuarlerback.. I). Cathcart
U ft halfback Cnirler
lllirhl hulfbark I'leso
He j n I
.loii ii I Vernon, 3S: Hliiyvesant, II
urn. e Ivnan. 3. II Cathcart, House,
ir.iii,,,!, (,ii.s frmn l(iichilown-0'ltei
., crt hulitllnnri Miiiint Vernon
I'leso, llullinaii fur Thwlliir. Villi
'or HntTiniui, llmillrj fur llrnilberi
,, n H'linie fur l bher. Ilclfn.'hneldcr
, etc. eo Mill., Princeton Umpire -
tnni' .i.'1 "wn l-lneman-I)r. Way. Swarlk
B't I line qI peflodi-10 (ud It minute.
.Iulpe Wllllnm II. Moore's fine park roiir-ln-)iniil, xvhlrh tvon the Coachlnp Marathon at the famous Klrliniiind, KiiIiiiiiI, llnrsr (how, nnd now Is
to be hcltl In Miullson .Square Cianlrn. AltoRcthrr .IikIrc Moore's entries total more than those of any other prospet-thc exhibitor.
Best Amherst Cnn Do Is Cause
Brief Pauses in llelter
THE FINAL SCORE IS U0 TO 0
Whitney .lufr-Ies and Tumbles
Amherst Tacklers With
llxNovr.R, X. II. Nov Against mi
.Vmlicret eJciiui wiyiki'iieil by iujurii-.s nnd
outireUthvd.tlfteen pounds to the man IIilti
njputhoiupril away uitli Its last hotni'SHine
ben'JoMUy; and iolktl up a score of rn to (i.
0artmo,utb' ork,-ai.al once nu iinproir
nent;anU..i,4isaipoiJ3tniciil; ri'lie line was
mucft $rriajter suil plnyed capers uilh its
light opponent, blockini: kicks and nt time
shovinir the whole team forward for ten
yard t'nlns- On the other hand It was over
anxli Hud rcpeited Its I'rineeton per
formance of foullna for penalties at in
opportune Union. 'I he backs tore throuKh
the Aniherht team like o much imper, but
fumbled in a maddening manner at unfor
Whitney and Jlorey were the day's stars.
The latter added five to his already lonir
strlne of touchdowns. Once he broke
throuKh the w hole Amherst team Tn yards
ti a touchdov.n, only to be recalled by the
linesman's horn for a live yard penalty.
Not five minute later be tepented the
J performance for a lesltiinate score. Ill
dodclnK, speed and xtralKlit arm tleience
were amn.lns. Whitney sjvent the Amherst
line before him in an unbroken HUccesion
of ten yard jfiiins before. he hint his knee
and was withdrawn In the second Pciind.
MeOav. Amherst's murh touted drop
kirker. made two heroin hut unsticre-st ill
attemiitH from a little short or mldlleld.
(iiwtlcr and Preus! in, of the poiiulous
I'lirnle-sick list, were Injec ted into the bailie
in the second hall' ami aildeil much to the
Amherst line, lilnnian, the lineman dis
covered in I his week'i practice, started
the (.'anient cunrd for PartmoutliHUd played
lieturtm from the Harvard-Princeton
eaine were received at the Held, nnd both
heerlns seetiohs received with applause
a result which showed that Hurvatd was
weak enough to allow a I'rineeton score,
but Htronir enoiiirh so that a possible Part
mouth victory miulit nip-nut last .Satur
days defeat. Straight loot bull wra used
by both teams in the first half lultr Am
herst made a belated attempt at the open
mine with indifferent success, The one
sensational new style play was a thirty v.ird
pass mm (ijiue to Wanunniker, which
enabled Dartmouth to make its last More.
' llarlmuiilii Positions Amherst
lici'tur l.i-ft nut Kimball
Mi-ire Lett tackle thietier
lllnniau Lift uiiar.t Miutnwav
(lll)njn Centre . .Chaniberltn
llriinctl, lllKht u'uanl I Iml
(iibsun Hl7ht tackle Kiiimlil
l.nifrrl) Itlvht end Sivaey
llivMlljn yuarlcrbaik ... . Ctmper
Whitney Left halftiark. Coiini-IIs
Morey lllrhl halfback . Warren
.Snow,. fullback . Mi Oat
Score- tlai tiniiuili. go; AmherM, n. Tnuch-ibnuis-
llnrey, f.: tthltnr. 5: lloifseit, i:mtu
hnrn, 1 .Setistltiitloni. Dartmouth Huplehnrri
for Krrtur, Whltinore for Itlnman, Dunbar fur
tilbsnn, Cstni for llenneti. Wanamaker for lled
tli'ld for Louden for Ijilferty. (Ihee for Llewellj n,
'hick for llartoH' fur HiiKsrll for Whitney, ilur
itnrlt for Mnrev, Hlem fur Snow: Amherst
XtiTclnanfur Klinlmll. lirown fur (luetter. Whlllin
for Shiimway, Moure fur Warren. Iteferee
Paitum. Worcester Tech. I'mplrc- Hurley. Cu
rler 1 Inrsman llurkc, Wnrrnlcr Tech. Time
of quarters- Vt ii'lnuirs,
The aging of a cocktail is as
necsjzry to perfect flavor as
the aging of wine cr whisky.
The delfcioui flavor and aromaof
is due not alone to the'preciis
blending of the choicest liquors
obtainable, but to the fact that
they are softened to mellowneit
by aging before bottling.
MnhiUn, Mtttlnl nd other
standard blends, bottled, ready
to serve through cracked ice.
AT ALL DEALERS
e. r. HRCBLEIN SHO.. I'm
Hrrttcr4 Rue Teri
BUSHWICK SCORES TEN POINTS.
rumbles Prove Costly tn J-lleven
I'niiii Pali Prrp.
The llushklck football team defeated
the llrooklyn Prep team yesterday at
Hawthorne Kleld by the score of 10 to 0.
In the first quarter Ilushwlck made Us
only touchdown by straight football, nfter
recovering u fumble by the Prep, Nolan
kicked the kohI After that the Prep
bruced up and played better football than
Hushwlck, but costly fumbles prevented a
Twice the Plep was Inside Hushklek's 15
nrd line, and inch time Joyce fumbled
the ball and a Ilusnklck player fell on
It, In the last quattrr a fumble left the
ball In Hushklek's possession on the Prep's
in ynid lino, Xolan put a drop kick over
In the last half mtnuto of play. The
stars for Ilushklck were Schlachtcr and
Nolan. Knnls and Orace were the bxt
for the Picp.
The lineup: .
I'rnokln Prep l'oltlon. nuhnlrk.
Kelley U tl end .. unites
Met ulla, l-ft tackle Payne
t altera.. Leffcuard .I.lilnpoon
Cai.inaunli .Ctnire Vlelblck
lietihrr Itluht euarrt Newman
MrKenna .. Illiht larkte Srhlarhtrr
linrlk. lUehtemt. ..... - . Katz
.'oyer. ijuartcrback Iemp
Alooncy l.i-It hnirback . . ... Lock
(trace.. Itlcht halfback .... N'olan
Uaunln . . Fullback Courts
Score- Uunhwlck. 10: llrooklyn Prep. 0. Touch
down Courtv Cools from tourrdowrn Nolan.
Cioiit from neld-'Nolan. Substltutes-Ooettn
Inr I'aiinln.Cleary ror Oorjlti. Itetetee-ltunten.
Umpire- Coiitln. Head linesman McCaflrry.
Time of ipiarlert 10 minutes.
DOUBLE LOSS FOR MACKENZIE.
Untiled ! St. I'nnl's 82 tn , anil
ttunrtrrlinek llrrnka l.rg.
The football team of St. Paul's .School
returned to form lth a vetiiteanee and
swamped the eleven of Mackenzie by a
score of SI! to 0 at Dobbs Ferry yester
day afternoop. Hubble, Warren and Power
were the stars of the Kame, the last
named of the trio scoring 42 points. The
powerful brickfield of the Harden City
team actually walked through the Mac
kenzie defence. For variety Hubble
would tiy an end run and Invailably
galutd fifteen to twenty-five yards on
Mackenzie suffered n severe loss when
H. Krwln lecclved a fractured leg cariy
In the game nx a result of a collision
with Power, Hubble and Saxon after a
klckuff. The break was bo clean that
his leg nt the shlnbone was doubled over
like -u Joint.
St. Paul's, Position. ilarkrnzle.
Mitchell l-lt end. It. Ilrwln
Italll Uft tackle . . . Ileum
Carroll. U'ft euard ... lieckinau
Plenum . Centre - Poutrn
KIc.it. . . Ilticht icu-.nl Drlibt
IitaIh. . Klllil tarkie ... Ilrrryinau
Warren Hlulit end... Iludsun
Hubble. . Oiartrrhark M.Krwtu
Power licft hairiiack. Ailanisuu
llenneti,. Itlu'ht halfback . . Able
Saion fullback .... lwls
Hcore Ml. Paul's, S3: Mackenzie, 0. Touch
downs Power, 7: Hubble, 3; Uluhrll. Uarrru,
brnne'lt. tiuals trom touchdown Hubble, War
ren, S, Sulislliiillons- C. 1-wis lor Plemilto,
n.nlicrk fur Mitchell. Chandler for Cairull.
lirown fur Italll, .Hprnicr for Warren. Marllu fur
i: llrwln. Iteferee Inline, Pi-niisyliunla. t'm-Ilre-
II. Thorpe, Columbia. .Time nf ipinrler
CURTIS OUTCLASSES BOYS.
Take l.entl fair .Soccer Title and Win
liy ! to l Senre.
Ciiltls swamped Hoys High lit soccer at
'in tli Kicld ye-terduy by a score of 4 to ti,
thereby jumping into a lommandiug lead
for the rhnnipiorislilp, These teams were
tied for the leadership of the tournament
before I lie game and a defeat meant much
lo either team. The speed of the Curtis
rorwiud line was too much lor Hoys. The
Curtis goal seldom was in danger and when
it was threatened l.eede, the Curtis goal
keeper, was then- lo protect II. ("ill I in
scored two goals in Hi- llrsi half and two
III the second. Tin' lineup
Curll I'olMtlons, lkis
l-cc-lc (iiral... Ilelnecke
Walii'iK lilnlit fullback.. I Hrrlnetou
Starkej Left fullback ... S llni
Iterkrr .lllirht lialfliark ... , Teller
Miinalmn Centre hulflinrk ,,, . C Hay
l-iiiitcrs.ii.. , Left hallbarli .. . Wiluhl
Mil 1 1 u in llut'lde rlshl. MiTrriiau
Ciuieluiid. Insl'le rlihl. . Uo-rnhrrK
lialaiiia. .Centre .spalter
Penn e Insl le lefi . . IVskow It.
.Mil'llll.'lll llutslile lefi. Walleiwibber
Kcolit Clll 111, 4. Hu)s llljll. II. (Hulls Cupt.
I.ilnl, Pi'iirir. Hiilama. MeClrllan. Ilrferre
Mr Cohea. P. S. .. I.. Llnesnien Carroll, Curtis:
Clark, llojs High. Sulistltutlona- Curtis Wort
fin ijinlierMiri. buys 11 lull lluilian for S. Ii.n ,
llanwin fur I'arrlnston. Time of iierlu.lt. :tu
I'lral Victory In I'onr Venra,
Do Wilt Clinton's soccer football players
clashed with the Manual Training nt Van
Cortlatidt Park in u uhnmplomhlp game
for the .MavveH'lroihy yestetday and the
Manhattan bids scored tholr llrst victory
in four yearn uuain-t the former high school
cliainplons by the score of I goil to o Tim
single tnllv of the g.imt camt) llftneu min
utes ufter tin" stall and resulted I mm a
penalty given ug.ilust Manual TralnliiL'
Hordes, Do Wilt Clinton's cenlial ball,
touk th" kick and was kiiccomsIuI In gutting
by the Ma mini's goalkeeper.
Prospect Plirk I'oollinll llraillla,
liuii A C .IV. I'lliilm A. ('.,!.
Ilrciiiur. lo; Altec, 'I
Dorian, -'(i; Parkway Itcserir, n.
Aliunulii. I'll Molal, 7.
IU1ln.il, In CirlMe. II ,
Acorn Athl'lle.-.f: tnllfrs u.
Drilford. IS: butter. 0.
Can ton, ; fort lireine, t.
By W. B. H.
Duke Knlianamoltu, the swimmer
tt'tlii Venn tlin i-kn mtil.insil.lnst at fitnelf.
' holm, linil a royal refeptton on Ills nr
' rival home In Honolulu, nnd, according
to the account, "that night wan Mir
Client of the Hut Nnlti nt n rottslns
Itiau." Those who don't Unow what n
tiiau Is ure hereby Informed that It Is
whnt n victorious Hawaiian swimmer
Bets when he nrrlvcs home.
Speaking of football records, how
about Columbia? The Columbia eleven
hasn't been scored on since 1D03.
Han Johnson and John McCr.iw have
burled the hatchet, but an yet no agree
ment has been reached regarding the.
At a recent test the best speed of
Walter Johnson for throwing a base
ball was 122 fceit a second. The speed
for a Colt .45, we are told, Is S00 feet
a second, hut the trouble would be to
get n catcher who could hold Colt.
They are taking up noccer In the
Salt, Itlvcr Valley In Arizona. That lo
cality, may give It more flavor than It
lias In the Bast.
It Is resumed that John Mcfiraw's
monologue on Inside baseball will con
tain considerable yarn.
Kven If the Ited Sox did win. the
liaseball championship still remains In
With one Japanese and seven Ametl
cans In the coming' 1S:2 balk, line bill
iard tourney the affair will be nn In
ternational one, with the Inter mostly
Franlc Chance as utility man for the
Cubs? That's like offering to a retired
Cicneral u job as night watchman.
Most of tho gibes hurled at the Giants
for liming the. world's series come from
towns which forget that their teams
didn't even get In the series.
Now that Johnny Evers has "signed
up" his Chicago contract, a good many
folks "would like to know wherein would
be the difference If he had merely
signed It. ,
STAMINA WINS FOR CURTIS.
I'IiisIiIiik Crmiililea In I'lunl Singes
nnd Tho Tolicbdoii ua llesull,
Curtis with a ctlpplcil team easily de
feated Hushing yestenlav at flushing
l'leld by a score of l'4 to (I, The whole Cur
tis baiklleUI wn composed of regular for
waul linemen, but they filled the gap made
by the regular backs tn good aijvnntave.
After u series of trick plays I. Von Mecliow
curried the ball over the line tin a touclitloii u
una beautiful, funvaiil puss by )ay In the
Klushllig recellTd the l.lckon", hut soon
lost, the ball on a fumble At this puint
riushing held Ciiltls even and the half
ended with the ball in inidfleld. I'liislilm
put up a stone wall delence until tin' middle
nf the Inst period and then ctuinpleil up
under a series of line Plunges
lliigelbrecht rushed over for tlin last
touchdown with only tw o minutes to play.
I, . Von Medio-, Daly, Kugelbrecht imtl
liopplcr staried for the winm-M. wblju
New son und Kelly led tin major pnrllou
or the work for I'tuslilug
Cnrlls. Position, t'lustitng
li'iiniui U'flt'iid Clark
Keppler U'fl tackle Toy
It. Von Hechow U'ft itllird Wolley
Sihwart .Cenlie. .. Tuiwhrlilite
lir.uiato lilchl if u nil liuUner
Ulssinati lllmil tackle (illrni
M, Smith. lllirhl mil ... Itu-i nrelil
Klik'lilireilil giiarleibnck Ki'llj
II. ily IWl halflmrk .SticltH-M
I., von Met how .Itlithl halfback. ... MoriKon
ijannnn KiillbacK . .Ncwhhii
.Score- Cut lis. 13: FIhOiIiib, n. Tnurhilowli
1'nr Curtis, I.. Von Mechnw and M. Mmllli, Substitutions-
Curll. furry for It. Von Merhow,
Palmer for Curry: I'lushlnif, lioiiuliue fur lillroy.
Iti'fcrte -llunire. Hushing Umpire- J. Urehln
trer, 1. A. A.C, Held linesman--N . Ilortmi, CurlU .
'lime of periods to mlnulei.
partmonth Sophs l.nat Ileal,
IIinovix, N. II , Nov. v, Dnrlmoulh'H
HOphomore class won the first leg on a ten
year Interilass crtus-cniiuiry liotihy put
up by llm Boston nlumitl In a meet liete this
al'ternoon, Paul Harmon, '1:1. Iiniith man
in last sear's Intort olltigliitn line, was the
til Kt man to Mulsh, and Ills time ol l'l minutes
:i.1 s'jcoiiiIh was gontl tor a soggy uphill loin
mile course. 11. T Hall, 'III, was second in
;IM and -I I.. Day, 'It, was hall a iiiluulo
behind him. The licit seven men to llnlnh
wete Hull. "IS; llr.inger, 'I.".: Durgln, 'in;
.Met rill, 'IS! Hose. 'i:i t'.irey, 'in, and lirnn
gel, 'in 'I In' Ibsl elthl men .lilli tb ev
cjptloii of lin t irin , ami wlih tlm addhlou til
llie icHt.iii Mtwcciui, in nil pinbablllty will
iiiniinlsii lb" Daiiiiioiiih uuiii hi ill" Inn i
i;ji:giuiii(i. 'I lie .Iti'shiiiali icaiii also will
picked uu a basU of thin mem,
YALE HAS HARD ROW TO HOE.
I .'n forced Idleness by York's Dentil
Hurtful Nhcilln tn Help,
Nt:w Havkn, Nov. 2. With three weeks
remaining of the football season nnd with
three hard games In lirown, Princeton and
Harvard, theie Is rather a setback In the
development of the Ynle team through an
unexpected series of circumstances, and If
Vale Is to be the football champion of
191" much extra work will haie to be
done in the shott space of time remain
ing. I The death of Theodore V. Yolk, the big
sophomore, temporarily demoralized the
team. Though be had been In the varsity
uuad only this ear be wns one of Its
most popular members and his death from
pneumonia Wednesday night brought
'much sorrow to the sAuad. playets and
coaches alike, and to the university In gen
eral. Tor the temjlnder of the season Yale
Is to have the best of coaches and every
thing will be done to turn out a champion
ship team. Tom U Sheilln has come on
from Minneapolis, lie will lemnln here
the re,st of Jhe year. Whether he brought
tipccl.il plays, as he did two years ago,
when be changed Capt. Daly's team from
a failure to a success, has not developed
yet. Ills headquarters are In New York
and he has spent only one day with the
Yale varsity. 'Upsides Tom Shevlln. Fos
ter Sanford will be here, and the combina
tion Is certainly a great one. Shevlln will
look out for the ends and Sandy will as
sume general charge of the rest of the line.
The centre position, so mil filled by
lielcham. ueeds little or no attention ;
Sanford can devote all of his time to the
I guards and tackles, with McDevltt coach
ing the former and, Scully the latter.
Shevlln has quite a proposition on his
hands, not so much In coaching the first (
string men for the ends but In getting I
substitutes ready to take their places lfi
they nie Injured. Hoth llomelsler and'
(Jallauer are lery easily Injured. In
juries will be guarded against In the case
of Homelsler this year by his wearing a
homier brace, lie docs not practise with
the varsity now. (iallauer has been out
all through the week owing to a muscle
bruise, but will be nil right to prepare for
the Brown game next Saturday.
ROUGH GAME AT PITTSBURG.
.Noire Unnie Proies Vlctnrlotfa Uy
One l'leld t.onl.
Pn tsiii nii, Xov :. -rXotre Dame I nlver
sily this afternoon defeated the I'niverslty
of Pittsburg eleven 3 to 0 in a rough battle,
Neither eleven played brilliantly, although
some individual members distinguished
themselves. The contest was charatTerbetl
by continual fumbling and many penalties
were imposed by the ofllcials.
Ahoul the middle or llm fourth period
Dorla. llie Notre Dame quarterback, was
given I lie ball on the (bitty yartl llneand his
try for a goal from field was successful,
During the lusi minute of play Pitts,
burg trieti Hie same play, but I tie ball went
about Iwofeet to one sltfoor tin goal pot.
Pittsburg Position. Noire Dame.
lle.ee lyftriul Ituektie
lloig . Irtl tackle June
Uahi l,rft iniartl rttzo, radi
1 Shuiilra Crulri' jcenei
Smlili . . Itlnht guard. .. mill I
Prnll . . . Ilklil tackle. . Ilnrinll i
Joyce . II I Kill end Crowley
MliolT tauai lerbark Hnrlas 1
Ward U'ft halfback bergtr I
Hlll'in Itlcht halfback Pllka 1
Waitnir t'ullhwk llU-henlaiib I
.Score Nuire Ilame, .1: Pltlstuiric. ii tlual from 1
Held Dnrlni Substitutes Albert fur Jojte.
Culmy fur Ward. Illlr fur Shatilra. t'linlpv rnr
) Miott, Krrnnhin for Cutmy. Waul for lit-rno-i
nan, iteferee Slifiitm, Lafawlle. I'mplre
Snilth, llurkntll. Head llnciniau Merrlnian, I
CASTLE SYRACUSE'S STAR.
Huns ll Around Itochester Team j
mill Till I lea 'I'll Ice. i
StnicusK.i N. V., Nov. 2. .Syi.icuse j
University di-fctitfil the I'nlleislty of,
Hochi'Vter this aftetnoun by a scute I
of US to 0. Syracuse outplayed and
iiutwcltthtd Hncliester. The . visitors
withheld the Syracuse onslaught ex
ccptlng fur a pail of the llilul period.
C,itle was the star of the game, making
two touchdowns and Fcivriil fifteen and
twtuty .iid inns. The lineup:
bliaciise, Poslilun. Itncheter
Si'inuiiir I eft cut . . Iimr
l.iiililliiicloii I eft tai kle . . Cay
llrnwii Left uuaril .... t-'rhlrhrl
Ai'llinr Ce'iire .... Itaekhaiis
Thriiek'iiiorlon HUht nuaril Lewi
I'rutisl Itlrhl tackle llalril
Parber I fit I end Utile
Wallers Uu.n Icrback .Veary
("unit- l ft halfback .... .Storey
Woiilriilt HlEht halfback . I'orsythe
.sinlili riillbark .. Chesbro
Score .Syraciite. !W ItncheUrr, P. Touch"
down- Smllh, Pal tier. t'ale.-'. Coal '""tulc. 4
.Subiltutliiii- HiichrHlcr. lain Is for llalril, llalrd
fur leiilt, Miller fur Main). Hvrarun--Ilarb y
for Wallci. Itnbblns for Castle, Shufclt for
W mi Iriiir. Klnley far .Smith. HaNey for I'arhcr,
Muliej fur Seymour, Armstrong for At ling,
McKlllimtt for lirown. lianslrr fur Arinlrpn-r,
lllli'lii-ock for TliriM'kmorton, Helcnrilo for
Probn. Iteferee Hums, Williams. Cninlre
Wrlshl. Columbia. Linesman Huberts, Tufts,
Time of quaiterii- 1,1 minutes,
One Ten in Nnir llefealeil.
Two undeleiiled teams, tho Stnten Island
Critket untl Tenuis Club uvd the Central
. M. C. A.'of llrooklyn, met In a Kleld Club
Soccer U'ligue game at Livingston, Stnten
Islind. yetenlay, and one of the iuot
liltlerlv loulesletl irineeH of Ihe sensoo
eiisucil ' 'Ih" Stntin li-liinili'iH scored the)
only rn.. I within ti n minutes of llmo ami,
tin il'luu's lentil I'lnnklyii came within an
no of eiMinlHU'r w hen n peuilty was irllen I
ig.ilnt the hoinii ii'iim ipkI us llm rcli-icel
wiu about to blow his whlsllo.
rntrrrd In thr National Ilorsr Mioxv
CORNELL A REAL EM
AT OUTSETBUT BREAKS
When Captain Ilutlcr Goes Out
So Dors the Fire of the
WILLIAMS FIGHTS .THILL
Transforms 10 to 0 Defeat Into
St to 10 Victory After
Irnic.i, N. Y.,.Nov. v. Cornell played
her best football of the year In the first
half of tho Williams game to-day, but in"
the second, after Isivis broke loose for
Williams's first scow, the ltliacans went
to pieces almost to a man and Willlnms
won out by n score of :'l to 10. When
Capt Jtutler left the game at the end of the
first half Cornell's . brains nnd guiding
force seemed to have gone with him. The
exhibition which thn ltliacans put up in
the last twenty-live minutes of play was a
travesty on football, and the really e
fellent show lug made in tho llrst half only
in a small measure relleies the situation.
O'Hearne at right end was the only man
who maintained Ids form throughout the
game. Kven the line which li.nl outplayed
Williams In the first half gave nay In the
second ami Turner ami Lewis worked
through it for big galna. Williams gained
strength as the game proceeded and was
going along at a great clip when, the final
Cornell ncored in the first ts'ilod after a
series of rushes of slxtv jards In which
Ilutler, O'Connor and Hill fh'urcd prln
cipally and which proicd effective In spite
of Fritz's fumbling. O'Connor took It oier
for the score and the Cornellians seemed to
ham lad no particular troiiM in making
gains on ltncptnyis nnd a few lorward passes
to O'Connor and O'Hearne. In the second
ts'riod HutlT put across a Held goal from
the thirty yard line at placement ami when
the patim went to the clubhouse Cornell
had a sure lend.
Tabor replaced Hut tor In the seiontl hair
and WliyU went i.i lor l-'rltz. Tnhor
couldn't hold his team together and he
couldn't get the tlriiti out til th?m tint
llutlrr ili l. llll.mis's llrsi scor.i, however,
came like u bolt out ot the blue. After the
purple bail leen held op their thlrty-flvo
yard line for losses, lwis got pold of a
forward mis and with good iutei rerence
sprinted on lor .1 touchdown. The Cornell
s"conilary tlefenit" Iltetl here and remained
t'Oll.'iMi'tl for the balance nt' the munis.
Lewis came throilL-h with another score a
few minutes later when the ball was well
into Williams' territory. 'Ihe put pie used a
shift formation with a tandem buckllclil
formation. It bothered Cornell all al'tei
noon. I'ioiii Is'liind such a play l'ius
from his -JO yartl line made for the ceutie
of the line. A hole a ynid uitle was opened
and Lewis with line interfnrcuce pluuued
through O'Connor, Hill and Wht'te, who
were as futile as tbev had been before
anil la-wis luus'ieil bv 'labor I'yrlcli
chased him to tho goal post, but to no
Cornell iiilllett for a few- mlimtes nnd
gained twenty yartN on rushing. Alter an
exchange of punts Williams took a forward
pass to Cornell's lo yard line only to Ii"
slopped by u s'nally. Michael Kicked a
goal from placement on the to ynid hue
few minutes li.'liiii' the game closed
Walker Inleivopted one ol 'I minor's fo I'
ll. "in! passes and ran amiss for another
Cornell. Pn-llion. Williams.
tilllrll . . l.eflen.t Vllal
Miinn Left tackle .... Prln lie
Collier Left irnaril Vouiic
J..S Whit". Centre. ... Hewlett
Chnmpalcn lilchl iTi'aid Michael
Williamson llkhl tackle Wullter
li'llearne high l I'liil . Hire
Ilutlcr iaii.irtcrli.ii I, Uwl
f'(onuor U'ft halfback . Tonti'i
1'ilU lllulil halfbark. Cianfurd
Hill I'lillbacU In inr
iii c Williams. 21. t oriii'H, in. To icliilu ins
O'Connor, l.eiil. : Wallter. lloal fiom Hell
lllllltr. Mlrliui I finals mini Iii"iJii1ou n lli li.n I.
:t. Ilutler, I. Si'bstltim Williams. iirisil for
Criiwfnril, Hire for Hewlett, Molitc fur llilvnll.
Hrlsrnil rur HmlK'e, Cl.uk fur Turner. Ti'riur fur
Clark, Craw ford for Turner Cornell. H. II. White
for I'rll, Hers for Hi rich, Tatier fur Ilutlcr.
Ileiiiii ll fur It. II, W'li.i te. Tialuer for Tuber,
Tabor for Tialnei' Hcft-ue Thumiu'oii, lleoiuc
town. Ciiinlre lllnl.ei , Yale Linesman- Hlr .
Colitale, Time nf quarters m minute
CUNT0N WINS CROSS-COUNTRY.
llnrrlniter lliiuuera Put I'p I'lncUs
lteltmire Wvk C'llps Herurtl,
The cross.countty team of De Witt Clin,
ton High School defeated that of llur
ringer High School over the Hat linger
ctiui.se In .leisey City esterdiiy nfternoon
by tho clo-e scoie or 2S to S2.
Weg of Clinton i mi a teniarkable race,
making n new record for the couiee when
he wn timed In 22.mluuteh 11 -d sec
otitis for the four am! a iiuaiter, miles. He
led the pack fiom the start find only dur
ing the second mile was he pict-std very
haul. Hlgley being th" contender.
The showing ngnliist 1 la t ringer blight
eiftt Clinton's rhnnces for the P. S, A, I4.
championship cnmddc i.ihly.
The first ten who finished :
Weg. Clinton . Drabble, llairlti'p'i . Dug.
lbs, Clinton Hlgley, linn Inst r Duulaii,
li.iiiltitCT Ylrpolo, t'lllitcn! II imii"lHtt'r,
Clinton, Ilium, Clinton Teikluc, llanlii"
tur , noscn, Uurrlngcr, , ,
TIihI enllinslii'tlt lover of the hotse,
.luilge Wllllimi II. Moore, again will head
the list of entries ill the coming show un
less In the next day or two some (jntry
1'st Is iccelved which uuliiiinibfis the
JuJgc. Judge .Moore for several years
has lircn a lover of line hut ucs. horses
und on seveml occasions be has entered
more horses fiom his stable than have
been entered by any other owner. Ho
has harness horses for nil classes tan
dems, foiir-lii-liatitl, gig horses and po
nies, nnd his crack this jcur promises, to
be Hoimtirul, his latest Importation, mid
his four-lifhand park team, with which
he won the Coaching Marathon nt the
Hlchtnond. Kughind, show, nnd tn win nt
that, the best of the open air shows In
Ktigland, the team must be more than
The entries for the twenty-eighth nn
mini xhlbltlori closed October 24, but
letters bearing that dale on Ihe postmatk
were In time, so that It will be nboilt
the middle of the week before all the en
tiles ate tabulated by ecretary James T.
H.ide. Horsemen always ivalt until thn
Inst tiny before milking up their entry
llt., nnd while tunny sent them by mall
others dropped Into the ns-nclntlon of
fices, IB l'nst Twcnty-thltil .street, mil the
blanks Mild checks plied up on Mr. I I.i tic's
desk made It look as n snowilrlfl In a
blizzard. At the opening show In 1 SS"5
theie were fil'l entiles, This total al
leady has been mote than tripled for
the exhibition which will open on Novem
her II ln Madison Snuare Oanleti, and
It Is confidently expected that the 2,051
entries of last year will be excelled,
There weie IS" exhibitors at the first
show and 294 last eitr, tin' ratio of In
crease Indicating that tinners keep larger
strings of show lint sex now. Theie have
been two blank enrn since the tit nt kIioiv
and the aggregate vnlue of the premiums
paid up to 1311 foots up to $71!,075. Thn
banner years were tOOf! and 1009, when
the premiums paid umoiititrd to .1B.
145 and JUT, IS.". The value of the prem
iums for the pending show Is about $3!,
000. There will be n monger represen
tation In the military classes from Ktl
rope and Canada than at any previous
The interest this year will centie largely
In the saddle hotscs und jumping classes
for which the entries are uumeious. Sad.
die horses nre extremely popular nnd
many new names are noticed among those
who will exhibit. The prlz" offered by'
John It. Townsend for lady's saddle horse,
judged with appointments which' Include
the habit, hat nnJ whip of the tlder and
the saddle, has proved very popular, hav
ing closed with oleien entries. Among
these are horses which have won well In
the open air shows during th summer.
The harness horse classes also havn
filled well, which Is somen h.it surpris
ing to the management of the show be
cause of recent ears the Inteicst In thtsj
type of horse has devsened considerably,
but, with men like Judge Monte, J. Camp
bell Thompson. It. C. Vanderbllt. .1. V.
Harrlmati, und several new aspirants for
ting honots. the harness horse will be a
big factor In tho show.
There ute many entiles In the thotoitgh-
bred, trotting find hackney classes, which
represent the breeding Interests, and In thn
roadsters, that peculiarly American type,
theie Is no falling off and competition)
will be keen. Ponies also will be pop
ular this year nnd In the class for four
In band pony teams there nre five entries.
The Interest In this class was cieatcd .by
AlfreJ 13. Yanderbllt tluce -.ears ago,
when he luiichasctl the famous .Mil Val
ley team of ponle.i for which he paid $20.
000. Now othcts have followed In his
steps and the tiny teams will make a most
STRAIGHT FOOTBALL PAYS.
n'esleynn Mltbtioltls Tricks, Nol
.Verillu-; Them Aunlnsl I'nliin.
Mtniii.irrow.s. Conn.. Nov. 2. I'lajlng
nothing but straight football for fear of
divulging her Hick nluvs to Tilnlts untl
I Williams Fcout". Wcsleyan won from
l'nlon on Antlrus l'leld this afternoon In
easy fashion by the scoie f 2 to .1.
l'nlon got the jump on the Kill nnd
Illnck at the start, Itwey hicklng a pictty
drop fiom tho so yartl lino In the flint
live mlnutts of play, after tlllbert had
made two twt-ntvflie yard tnn. There
was no further scoring In this period, but
In the second fiiaitcr Wcsleyan came hack
strong, rolling up 14 points Two more,
touchdowns were milled In the laM half,
llacon kicking all four goals.
Wcsleyan Pusltln.v.. Cnlon.
Neiire Ij'ft c:iil Stnrbuck
Chiles U'ft tackle ... Wood
.Slccb Left guard . . . Pact)
Spiague Centre.. .. Davit
llt-ruliiiid Itlirlil eiinr'tl ... . Jackson
IMrklnsii'i Itlirlit pickle .... Clrlrli
Husll Itlcht end Story,
llacon Dual terb u k . Healer
Muriihi Lett hathat'k lluttislelner
Neniiall lllirhl hilfback Cllberl
Kenan. I'ullli leli . Dewey
Suae W'fslei an, I's; l'nlon. :t Tnurlitlnwns -Kenan,
llacoi, Liggien. Coil front louch
tliiwlis lllcnii, 4 tioal frnnl Held Dewey. Silh
sllluii's W'etlejan Dliiiinnil fur Nt-iire, lllau
it'll for Iilimiind, tili'ini for lilimnmt, Murphi'
for Sprairue. I'ranels fm Murphy Huck for
rrant'l, l.iircien for New hall, Mlilcl for Hcrn
har.l. Ciilnii- Anili'isou for Story, I'lst.rr for
Paire, llo'ichtiiu fur Stnibuck lleferce Tliorp,
Col.unbh Cuuilre Murphj. . llroA'u. Llacsinan -risher,
v'oluntblj Time of ipurU'i . 13 mlaiilci.
MINNESOTA'S GAINS STEADY.
Atei'imes Cite 1 nrtls Per Ditsli nntl
tenia Illinois, lit In U.
.Minn'1'..ipiii.is, Minn., Nov Mi.inesota
defeated Illinois by a srnm ol HI to 0 thin
aflernoon. 'Ihe score showed tin relative
Hln'iinlli of the two teams. Illinois hud
the bill within striking dislanrii of tlin
Minnesota goal on several occasions, but
failed rath time lo nia'ie good At one
tune dining the last ipiarter the ball wan
on .Mluiieriita's um yanl line, hut Illinois
.Mi Allium s'aiii'd lor llu' (ioihers, Ilo
made tlm two tiiiiclidowiis, one in tlie first
mid tun in He setoutl iiuaili'r .Min
nesota went into the game wenktinetl hi'
thn loss of tmai teib.-it I; TollofHui, who hail
ln'1'11 ilcclaied Ini'lU'llilu Iwt'iiiisc of scho
lastic tlnfloieiM ies
Mlhiiiiirli IIIIiioU trictl manv forward
passu Minnesota was ablo to Intercept
most of them
Minnesota played consistent ami steady
football timing tho entire game, making
few long gains, but making nn ntcragc of
live yards on oiei y tlash.
Mtilnc Scores nt XVIII.
I W 111:1: v II UI. Me., Nov. 2 We.ikcncil In
'the line untl outweighed four pounds lo a
man by its opponents, tho Colby College
football team proved no match Inr the 'I nl
lii'isliy ol'.Mainii eleven, being tlelcaletl '.11
llu 11 ben to-day. The splendid uIIciisIih
ntltl tleletislin wink of Slieiuuil, Mulnn's
iNtar kicker, long nnd (onsistcul gains by
Cuileton ot Maine and the wnrli ol I'taser
ol Colby, who made several long end runs,
I ueie leuliiroa,
,' Ml IcnrliiB In I'lrsl Period,
W11111 HHirt Mass. Nov '.' lli'iis-ulaer
I'olylet h t'leveit m il.n- ilel'eated l ho Wor
t ctnr 'I ccb team ill tho Wotcesler vul II to
p. 1 l.i' ibiltoiH fiom Sihv 1 nt Ic Male I1111I11
nil Ibeir Hcoru In tho tipoulug tHiiioil v, ilUa
I touchdown and it goal from the bold.
' I .